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  • Mixed emotions about the Kotel compromise

    by Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein

    1 week ago

    What’s the definition of mixed emotions, asks the old gag line: Finding out that your business competitor and rival has just driven off a cliff — in...

  • The Kotel compromise: A time for rejoicing

    by Rabbi Denise L. Eger

    1 week ago

    The time for singing has come …

    It is a time for singing and rejoicing! 

    The historic vote by the Israeli Cabinet to create and fund an egalitarian...

  • The Kotel decision: A Sephardic Jew responds

    by Rabbi Daniel Bouskila

    1 week ago

    Once upon a time, not so long ago, the Kotel had no barrier separating the sexes. It was an open place of prayer, spirituality and meditation for all...

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  • At the Kotel, at last

    by Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson

    1 week ago

    I’m one of those fortunate people who gets to be in Israel for 10 days each year. I meet with the Ziegler rabbinical students studying there during...

  • After Kotel compromise, dramatic changes still needed

    by Rabbi Uri Regev

    1 week ago

    There is much to rejoice over when considering the details of the Kotel compromise agreement. For the first time, there is going to be a section of this...

  • ‘Freedom to think as you will and to speak as you think’

    by Erwin Chemerinsky

    2 weeks ago

    The most eloquent defense of freedom of speech that I have ever read was authored by Justice Louis Brandeis. In Whitney v. California in 1927, Justice...

  • Milestones issued from the jurist’s pen

    by Bruce Ramer

    2 weeks ago

    Dubbed the “People’s Lawyer,” Louis Brandeis took on cases free of fees so that he could address issues beyond the case itself that he thought to be in...

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